Director Stephano Barberis Awarded CCMA Video Director of the Year

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Taken from Chad Brownlee “Heart on Fire”

Last night, the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) awarded our very own director Stephano Barberis as Video Director of the Year!

We here at The Field are thrilled that Stephano’s creative work has been recognized by CCMA. We are excited to see his continual growth as a director in the coming years.

Need a break from you work day? Take some time and check out Stephano’s work with amazing artists Dallas Smith’s “Cheap Seats”, Gord Bamford’s “Don’t Let Her Be Gone”, Chad Brownie’s “Hearts on Fire”, or Bobby Wills “So Much For Taking it Slow”.

Also congratulations also to Brett Kissel for receiving the Fans’ Choice Award presented by Sirius XM, Interactive Artist of the Year and Male Artist of the Year.

To Jess Mosakaluke for being selected as Female Artist of the Year.

Lastly to High Valley for grabbing the title of Group or Duo of the Year.

Check out the complete CCMA Award Winners list.

Cheers to a great year in Canadian Country Music!

 


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Video Premiere: Dallas Smith Is “Slow Rollin” With Director Stephano Barberis

Director Stephano Barberis teamed up with Dallas Smith yet again for another fantastic video!

“Slow Rollin”, shot outside Vancouver, is a fun and energetic clip featuring an awesome forest party that we wish we were a part of. The video premiered on CMT Canada and premiered at number 6 on the CMT Chevrolet Countdown – his highest debut to date!

Watch “Slow Rollin” by Dallas Smith, directed by Stephano Barberis, above.

 

 


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Video Premiere: Reach the “Tippin Point” with Dallas Smith!

Ever wanted to have an exclusive party with some of the wildest and hottest country fans around? What if Canadian country superstar Dallas Smith himself was there too?

Now you can see exactly what that would be like with Dallas’ latest video “Tippin Point”. Directed by Stephano Barberis, the video was shot in Vancouver in a bar filled with wild fan-girls, rowdy guys, and entertaining visuals of the wildest party around.

The clip is the perfect compliment to the flirtatious and fun lyrics of the song. Welcome to the new era of Dallas Smith!

Check out “Tippin Point” by Dallas Smith, directed by Stephano Barberis, above!